A Distinguished Reading List
The Energy Summit is proud to continue our tradition of providing attendees access to the highest caliber of conference speakers. And, while we aren’t quite ready to announce our 2017 speaker lineup, I encourage you to take a look at the the prestige of past year’s conference speakers and consider taking an early dive into their thoughts, forecasts, insights, and, at times, even humor.
Below you will find books, reports, twitter feeds, blogs, and articles from our distinguished speakers and their organizations.
- Gary Sernovitz
- A keynote speaker at the 2016 Energy Summit, his book The Green and The Black is described as a, “fast-paced, funny, and lively book,” where “Sernovitz explains the reality of fracking: what it is, how it can be made safer, and how the oil business works.”
- Barney Jopson
- Robert Kaplan
- Peter Karieva
- As chief scientist of the world’s biggest environmental group, when Peter speaks, you should listen. However, if video isn’t your thing, you can find more on and by Peter from The Breakthrough Institute.
- Oliver Morton
- Morton has a fresh, new book coming out this fall, but for those who can’t wait – you can pick up your copy of Eating the Sun Want even quick access to his musings? His twitter will serve you well!
- Tom Petrie
- Manu Raju
- Bill White
I hope you enjoy these few highlights from a handful of our conference speakers. We are all in for a treat this year and look forward to seeing you there!
Sarah Sandberg, Conference Director and COO of COGA
Posted March 13, 2017 in: Event by Liz Wright